Easy to make crockpot green beans, potatoes and Kielbasa recipe, ready in 4 hours. Simply add everything to the slow cooker and enjoy!
A busy day is inevitable. That’s when an easy dinner recipe comes in handy. Just place all of your ingredients in a crockpot and let the crockpot do all the work. The entire family is sure to love seasoned potatoes, green beans and kielbasa. Sausage and potatoes are the ultimate comfort food!
For this recipe, there is minimal prep time but roughly four hours of cooking time. The good news is you don’t have to keep an eye on it as it cooks. You can get plenty done by the time it’s ready. Take a shower, run your errands, help the kids with homework, or whatever else you need to do! The only thing left to do is to serve and enjoy!
The Best Crockpot Kielbasa and Green Beans Recipe
This is the best crockpot recipe because it includes the best flavor, tender vegetables, hearty potatoes, and sausage. My favorite part of this dish is that it’s super easy to make. It also doesn’t hurt that it has the best flavor. It’s a comforting meal, as most potato recipes are, perfect for a cold evening when you want something warm and filling your stomach.
One of my other Kielbasa and Green Bean recipes use tomatoes, but admittedly, I prefer this recipe without them. Tomatoes can add a rich sweetness to the dish while this is a more savory dish and not overly sweet or acidic. This is a great recipe because it focuses on the rich flavor only a handful of ingredients can bring forward, like onion powder, garlic powder, and pepper.
This crockpot recipe is simpler and heavily relies on the seasoning to set when cooking in the crockpot. This method brings the dish to life because the seasoning has time to soak and seep into the meat and potatoes. If you’d like you can prepare a side dish of egg noodles or rice for a complete meal. The whole family is sure to enjoy trying a new, hearty meal like this one!
If you’re looking for a casserole version of this recipe, try my Kielbasa Potato and Green Bean Casserole.
Crockpot Kielbasa and Green Beans Ingredients
- Kielbasa sausage
- Fresh green beans
- Chicken broth
- Onion powder
- Garlic powder
- Salt & Pepper
How to Make Crockpot Kielbasa and Green Beans
First, prepare your ingredients by cutting up the potatoes and green beans. This is honestly the part that takes the most time, so feel free to prep this the night before if you’d like!
Add the kielbasa, green beans and potatoes into the slow cooker.
Add chicken broth and spices on top and stir.
Close lid and cook! It’s that easy! Serve as is (I find it plenty hearty as is) or over white rice or egg noodles. I hope you love these Crockpot Kielbasa and Green Beans as much as we do!
Store your leftover kielbasa and green beans in an airtight container or double wrap tightly in plastic then place them in the refrigerator. If stored properly, your leftovers can last up to four days.
You can also freeze this recipe to make it last longer. Eat within a month for best results. Thaw and cook in a skillet to enjoy next time!
Crockpot Kielbasa and Green Beans FAQs
What does kielbasa mean?
Kielbasa means ‘sausage’ in Polish. This sausage typically contains garlic giving it a rich flavor. However, kielbasa to Americans often refers to a type of smoked sausage. Kielbasa is an Eastern European sausage, but has variations from Ukraine, Russia, and other nearby countries.
What is traditionally served with kielbasa?
For this recipe, green beans and potatoes are the vegetable of choice. I also love cabbage and kielbasa together! To make a complete dinner, a great way to pair it is with rice, egg noodles, coleslaw, or potato salad.
How long should you cook kielbasa?
For this easy recipe, the kielbasa is cooked in the crockpot for 4 hours on HIGH or 6 hours on LOW.
Can I use other potatoes for this recipe?
The short answer is yes. While I found large potatoes to be ideal (especially if you love potatoes and want a lot), you can use baby potatoes if that’s what you have on hand. Otherwise, yellow potatoes, red potatoes, or russet potatoes also work.
More Tasty Green Bean Recipes
- Slow Cooker Green Beans
- Fresh Green Bean and Potato Casserole
- Succotash With Corn and Green Beans
- Cheesy Green Beans and Cabbage
- Sheet Pan Sausage, Green Beans, Potatoes and Apple
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- Add all of the ingredients into the crockpot and stir. Close lid and cook on HIGH for 4 hours or LOW for 6 hours.
- Serve as is, or on top of rice or egg noodles.